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The New Soldier is, in essence, a traditional soldier but one who is endowed with compassion, empathy and cultural understanding. This soldier is better able to navigate through the unknown terrain of ideological, emotional and psychological conflicts within the realm of global terrorism. The New Soldier is a strategic tool in combating global terrorism, and may be immediately deployed in multilateral forces. The practical uses of the New Soldier in the context of fragile states, particularly in terms of stabilizing and reconstructing war-torn or collapsed states by multilateral forces is analyzed in great depth in the book.
IntroductionSetting the Stage: Using the Dialectical Method toAnalyze Fundamentalist Islamic Based Terrorism
PART IGlobal Fundamentalist Islamic-Based Terrorism: One Size Does Not Fit All
Chapter 1. Radical Islamic-Based Separatist Movements
Chapter 2. Global Jihadism and Its Discontents
Chapter 3. The Implications of the Arab Spring: Where Do We Go From Here?
PART IITransitioning from Global Terrorism: A New Perspective
Chapter 4. Creating the New Soldier
Chapter 5. “Re-Visioning” Stability and Peace Operations
Chapter 6. Creating a Platform for Reconciliation and Transition
The Role of U.S. and International Actors: A New Integrated Approach
Chapter 7. Managing Global Instability: Exploring the Role of the U.S. Government
Chapter 8. Operationalizing the Concept of the New Soldier: A Model Case Study of NATO Response Force and the African Union (AU) Standby Force
A Way Forward